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Authorities Seeking 12-Year-Old Who Left Home

Cheyenne Cody left her home in Dallas Wednesday night and was seen in her neighborhood Thursday. Police do not believe at this time that she is in danger but ask for the public's help in locating her.

Updated 6:30 p.m.

Sgt. Bill Gorman of the Dallas Police Department told Dallas-Hiram Patch that Cheyenne Cody has run away from police every time she has spotted them since she left home Wednesday. She has been seen today in her neighborhood, the Bartlett Square subdivision.

“We don’t think at this time that she’s in danger—we just want to make sure she gets home where she can be safe,” Gorman said.

Gorman said Cheyenne was described as 5 feet tall and weighing 115 pounds. He confirmed the clothing she was last seen in—a white tank top, black pants and barefoot.

Anyone who might know Cheyenne’s whereabouts should contact the Dallas Police Department at 770-443-8100, extension 1.

Original story

Paulding County law enforcement Thursday afternoon notified the public about a 12-year-old girl who has been missing since Wednesday night.

Cheyenne Cody was last seen at 107 Chartres St. in Dallas. At the time, she was wearing a white tank top, black pants and barefoot. She left the residence on foot.

Anyone who might know Cheyenne’s whereabouts should contact the Dallas Police Department at 770-443-8100, extension 1.

Return to Dallas-Hiram Patch for updates.

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